Principal Exhibition Acknowledgements:
President and CEO: Dr. Louise Mirrer
Curator and Writer: Marci Reaven, Vice President for History Exhibitions
Chief Historian: John Kuo Wei Tchen
Exhibition Design: John Esposito, Esposito Design, LLC; Kira Hwang, Senior Graphic Designer
Assistant Curator: Cynthia Lee
Researchers: Lily Wong, Dylan Yeats, Noah Fuller
Media Design & Producer: Jeanne Angel
Image & Rights Coordinator: Dayna Bealy
Fabricators: R.H. Guest, Inc.; Creative Engineering
Advisory Board: Thomas Bender, Joshua Brown, Eric Foner, Sander Gilman, Madeline Hsu, Erika Lee, Mary Lui, Cathy Matson, Mae Ngai, Dael Norwood, Craig Robertson, Kevin Scott Wong, Frank Wu, Renqiu Yu, Judy Yung
Consultants: Arthur Ainsberg, Amy Chin, Denny Chin, Caroline Frank, Maxwell K. Hearn, Agnes Hsu-Tang, Peter Kwong, Douglas Lee, Heather Lee, Sandra Lee, Sue Lee, David Lei, Yue Ma, Charles McClain, Laurie Wu McClain, Joseph Scheier-Dolberg, Herb Tam, Nick Tanis, Connie Young Yu
Website Image Credits:
Anna Lee Chin with egg-sizer. Werner Wolff / Black Star.
American flag, 34-star, 1861. New-York Historical Society, Gift of the University of Hartford.
Baseball Team, 1881. Phillips Academy, Archives & Special Collections.
Certificate of identity. National Archives at San Francisco.
Certificate of identity, Anna May Wong, 1924. National Archives at San Francisco.
Chang Hong Yen, Phillips Academy, Andover Class of 1879. Phillips Academy, Archives & Special Collections.
Chentung-Liang-Cheng standing next to a train at Union Passenger Station, 1903. Chicago History Museum/Chicago Daily News.
Children swimming. Courtesy of Pauline Yu and Thomas Eoyang
Chin family portrait. Courtesy of the family of Linda and Pang F. Chin.
Chin family at dinner. Werner Wolff / Black Star.
China in N.Y. 4th of July Parade, 1911. Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division.
The Chinese Must Go! poster, 1885. Washington State Historical Society.
Danny Chen memorial. Bryan Smith/ZUMA Press/Newscom.
Empress of China fan, 1785. Courtesy of the Philadelphia History Museum at the Atwater Kent, The Historical Society of Pennsylvania Collection.
Great American Tea Company advertisement. New-York Historical Society, Gift of Bella C. Landauer.
Factories at Canton (from the Harbor), China, 1850. Oil on canvas. New-York Historical Society, Gift of Miss Alice Temple Parkin.
Head of Auburn Ravine, 1852. Daguerreotype, quarter plate. Courtesy of the California History Room, California State Library, Sacramento, California.
Stafford Mantle Northcote, Hi Hee, Chinese Theatre, NYC, 1900. Oil on linen, 20 x 24 inches. New-York Historical Society, Gift of George A. Zabriskie.
Immigration Interview on Angel Island, 1923. National Archives at College Park, MD (90-G-124-479).
Liu Jiazhao, with an American friend, Arthur Ketcham. Image courtesy of the Mansfield Freeman Center for East Asian Studies, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut.
Low family portrait, ca. 1961. Courtesy of Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA) Collection.
Mrs. James Lee teaching war brides English, 1948. San Francisco History Center, San Francisco Public Library.
Studio portrait of Chinese family in Idaho City, ID, 1902. The Denver Public Library, Western History Collection, X-21517.
Toy Len Goon in Washington, DC, 1952. Collections of Maine Historical Society, 2007.356.001.
Tyrus Wong at Angel Island. Courtesy of Kay Fong.
U.S. Immigration Station, Angel Island, San Francisco Bay; view showing wharf and main buildings. Courtesy of The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Jake Lee (1915–1991), Vineyard Workers in Sonoma County, ca. 1950s. Watercolor on paper, 43 ½ x 33 ½ inches. Courtesy of Chinese Historical Society of America (CHSA). © Chinese Historical Society of America.
“What shall we do with our boys?” in The Wasp, 1882. Courtesy of The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Wong Chin Foo, ca. 1867–1870. Courtesy of the Phillip Chen Collection.
“Write your Congressman,” Chinese Press, September 10, 1943. Courtesy of Chinese Historical Society of America (CHSA).